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Hello Valued Yogi! Thank you for visiting our Ayurveda Yoga Program!  Please take the time to read the below information, and if you have any questions, please feel free to contact your Lead Facilitator, Hali Love.


Anyone who has a profound interest in Ayurveda and some experience with yoga.  

Yoga teachers looking to gain additional teaching tools to enhance their teaching career.

For students looking to deepen their own personal practice and knowledge in both Ayurveda and yoga.


The name Ayurveda is a Sanskrit term, made up of the words ‘ayus’ and ‘veda’. ‘Ayus' means life and ‘Veda’ means knowledge or science. The term 'Ayurveda' means the knowledge of life or the science of life.  Ayu comprises the mind, body, senses and soul. Ayurveda teaches us that we are all made up of nature's five great elements, the Pancha Mahabhutas: Air, Ether, Water, Fire and Earth; and how to live in accordance to these laws of nature.  This knowlege has the capacity to enable us to meet our fullest individual potential, and live with balance and more ease in our day to day lives.

In this Ayurveda Yoga  Program you will experience how despite all of us being made up of all of the same elements, we each contain different amounts of each element, therefore each one of us is a unique expression of nature. Ergo, we all need an individual approach regarding foods, herbs, healing remedies, lifestyles, and yoga practices.


Ayurveda is widely regarded as one of the oldest healthcare systems in the world;  it is an intricate medical system that originated in India thousands of years ago. The fundamentals of Ayurveda can be found in Hindu scriptures called the Vedas (ancient books of wisdom).

The Rig Veda (a collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns counted among the four Hindu religious texts known as the Vedas) is said to be composed between roughly 1700–1100 BCE, making it one of the oldest texts which contains a series of prescriptions to help humans overcome various ailments.  Ayurveda is derived from the Atharva Veda, which is sometimes described as The Fifth Veda.


In Ayurveda, the human body is a container for the true self (or pure consciousness); which has its seat in the center of this container.  Surrounding the eternal Self is a series of sheaths, in vedic philosophy these sheaths are called "The Koshas".  The Koshas,organize the various elements of the human being. These sheaths get progressively more dense as they move outward.  Having an understanding of how the sheaths work can be helpful in mapping out a way to access the stillness of pure consciousness, which may be said to be the goal of yoga as whole, pranayama (breathing practices, meditation), and Ayurveda. 

  • The 7 Bodies Method, Hali Love's curated personal development program

  • The Yamas & Niyamas, Koshas & how they relate to Ayurveda

  • Ayurveda History & Theory; Ayurvedic Consultation Components: including Dosha, Gunas & more

  • Sankhya Philosophy Chart & it’s relationship to Ayurveda 

  • Daily Ayurvedic Practices 

  • Seasonal Practices & How to Avoid Imbalances

  • Ayurveda Glossary

  • Dosha Yoga Classes, Asana Guide, Sequences, Pranayama, Mantras, Mudras & Meditation

  • An Ayurvedic Perspective on: The Factors of Health & Illness; and Meditation & The Mind

  • The Purpose of Ayurvedic Eating; The Foundations of Ayurveda Nutrition; Ayurvedic Food Combo Chart; Traditional Ayurvedic Recipes  

  • Safe & Effective Marma Point & Aromatherapy Therapy 

  • The Safe & Effective Use of Kitchen Herbs

  • Your Personal Ayurvedic Yoga Balancing Plan

  • How To Design your Ayurvedic Workshops & Retreats

  • How To Guide Your Clients Through An Ayurvedic Yoga Balancing Plan

  • Your customisable Ayurveda Yoga Balancing Forms, including your client intake form, client assessment & Ayurveda Yoga Client Plan

  • How To Create Dosha Balancing Yoga Nidra Scripts 

  • Provide your clients / students with our signature Ayurveda Yoga Balancing Consultation, an additional service you can offer

  • Teach powerful asana classes and meditations for each Ayurvedic body type

  • Incorporate pranayama and mudras into your classes

  • Teach dosha-specific meditation

  • Fuse Ayurveda and Yoga Philosophy to deliver powerfully themed classes 

  • Blend your own Dosha Specific essential oil blends, & how to effectively use them  in your asana classes

  • How to market your Ayurveda classes, workshops & retreats

  • Lifetime access to all of your program theory

  • Lifetime access to your Ayurvedic Consultation Forms

  • Lifetime access to our online forum, where you can connect with over 200 Virtual Prana Teachers

  • Lifetime access to your 7 Bodies Method Program

  • Lifetime access to your recorded Dosha yoga classes

  • Lifetime access to Hali Love's podcasts: Factors of Health & IllnessMeditation & The Mind & The Purpose of Ayurvedic Eating

  • A 100-Hour Continuing Education Certificate in Ayurveda & Yoga, accredited with the International Yoga Alliance

  • Access to Hali Love's class library of yoga class & meditation podcasts


Stay tuned for future dates.

100 Hour Training Investment $1,299 USD

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